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Rehabilitation Psychology

Rehabilitation psychology is the scientific study of psychological issues related to disability and chronic illness. It focuses on how people with disabilities can maximize their quality of life and live as independently as possible. Rehabilitation psychologists work with individuals who have a wide range of disabilities, including physical, cognitive, developmental, and mental health disorders. They also work with family members, caregivers, and other professionals to provide comprehensive care. This series will introduce you to the field of rehabilitation psychology and provide an overview of the work that rehabilitation mental health professionals do.

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Women's Health

Women’s health is a branch of medicine that deals with the specific health needs of women. Women’s health issues include everything from breast cancer and menopause to pregnancy, reproductive health, and even things like increased risk of autoimmune disorders. Because women’s bodies are different from men’s, they require special care when it comes to their health.

By understanding women’s health, therapists can be better equipped to address their patient’s individual needs, provide the best possible care, and potentially create a niche supporting the unique needs of women. This series will provide a good foundation for therapists who want to deepen their understanding of women’s health.

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Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a heterogeneous group of diseases with varying natural histories, treatments, and outcomes. Understanding the different types of breast cancer, their treatments, and the potential emotional challenges faced by individuals can help therapists provide support and guidance to those who are dealing with this diagnosis. Additionally, being familiar with the different types of breast cancer can help therapists make referrals to specialized treatment programs or support groups. Finally, understanding the emotional challenges associated with breast cancer can help therapists better support individuals who are struggling with this disease.

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Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a type of damage to the brain that happens when an external force causes the brain to move around inside the skull or when an object penetrates the skull and enters the brain. TBI can result in a wide range of cognitive, physical, and emotional problems. Some people with TBI will have only minor symptoms that go away quickly. But for others, TBI can cause long-term problems. Mental health providers can help those with mild TBI or concussion recover and re-engage in their life, and also aid individuals who suffer from moderate to severe injuries adjust to their new normal. This series will cover different aspects of TBI from identifying severity, interventions, and coping mechanisms for patients and families.

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COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, causing a global pandemic of respiratory illness. Some individuals have mild symptoms and recover quickly, while others can experience severe symptoms leading to ICU stays intubation or even death. Long COVID is a term used to describe the range of persistent symptoms experienced by some people after recovering from an initial infection with the COVID-19 virus. These symptoms can last for weeks or even months, and can have a significant impact on day-to-day life. Some people with long COVID report feeling like they have not fully recovered from their initial infection, and may experience ongoing fatigue, brain fog, and other health problems. 

Mental health professionals can work with individuals in numerous ways including: addressing anxiety associated with infection or re-infection, adjustment to chronic illness for those with persistent symptoms, and addressing emotional challenges triggered by changes in work, school, and social life brought on by the pandemic. This series will help you, as a therapist, understand more about COVID-19, long COVID, and how to support your clients.

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